The mercenary corp expands into counternarcotics and “CIA-style” intelligence services.
ProPublica launched its new website today. Check it out.
Tens of thousands of kids are caught up in the sex trade. PBS NOW investigates.
In Nieman Reports, Mark Schapiro writes about EXPOSÉ and transparency in journalism.
Journalists discussed the future at an investigative reporting symposium in Berkeley.
The SF Chronicle previews “Business of the Bomb,” airing this week on KQED.
A CIR/Frontline co-production about the politics of global warming airs again on PBS.
Washington Post reporters dig up more than $15 billion in wasteful spending.
NOW reports on the Nepalese practice of selling daughters into slavery.
The Chauncey Bailey Project and Loretta Tofani win IRE awards for their work.